“Todos contamos”Campaign: (We all Count)

The Greater OKC Hispanic Chamber expanded its massive multimedia advertising campaign across Oklahoma. The campaign is designed to reach over 99 percent of the state’s 400,00 Hispanic households with messaging about the upcoming 2020 Census and the importance of responding. Invitations to respond will arrive March 12-20, 2020. Almost every person living in Oklahoma will be reached an average of 40 times during the 2020 campaign, which will take place on television, radio, newspapers, online and at outdoor locations such as billboards and bus stops.

“We are very excited to see our 2020 Census awareness campaign rolled out across Oklahoma,” said David Castillo President/CEO of the Greater Oklahoma City Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. “We’ve done our research, taken time to listen to stakeholders and experts, and developed a communications and advertising campaign to truly reach everyone.”

Join the Greater OKC Hispanic Chamber on Thursday March 12 at 2:00 pm where Dennis Johnson, regional director from the U.S. Census Bureau, will talk about the importance of filling out the Census form. On March 18  and April 1, the chamber will have the U.S. Census Mobile Questionnaire Assistance at its offices to provide Census workers to answer questions and help complete the form both in Spanish and in English. The event will take place from 10:00 am – 4:00 pm at the Chamber office located at 3321 S Western, Oklahoma City, OK, 73170.

For more information contact David Castillo at 405-616-5031.

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I counted!

The Census determines how much funding and services our towns and cities receive each year for the next decade. Everyone counts. And I just did.

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